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Author Goswami, Indranil., author.

Title Civil engineering PE exam guide : breadth and depth / Indranil Goswami.

Publication Info. New York : McGraw-Hill, [2013]
©2013.

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Edition 2nd ed.
Description 1 online resource (xlii, 1,106 pages) : illustrations.
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online resource cr rdacarrier
Series McGraw-Hill's AccessEngineering
All-in-one
McGraw-Hill's AccessEngineering.
All-in-one (Series)
Note Cover image viewed on Feb. 26, 2013.
Print version ©2012.
"Covers all the material on the Principles and practice of civil engineering (PE Civil) exam"--Cover.
"Revised for compliance with the new PE Civil syllabus, new specifications, and the latest design standards"--Cover.
Contents 109. Steel tension members -- Allowable strength design (asd) -- Load and resistance factor design (lrfd) -- Analysis and design of tension members -- Nominal strength -- Net area in tension -- Net area for staggered bolt lines -- Effective net area -- Aisc load tables -- Block shear -- Pin-connected tension members -- 110. Steel compression members -- Stability of axially loaded columns—euler buckling -- Critical buckling stress for steel columns -- Braced columns -- Effective length for columns in a frame -- Column with slender elements -- Single-angle compression elements -- Built-up compression members -- Column base plates -- 111. Steel beams -- General flexure theory -- Progressive increase of flexural stresses -- Elastic section modulus -- Plastic section modulus -- Design of steel beams—aisc specifications -- Bending coefficient cb -- Beam design using zx tables -- Beam design using charts -- Compactness criteria -- Flexural strength of noncompact sections -- Design for shear -- Floor framing systems -- Composite construction -- Use of composite beam design tables in aisc steel construction manual -- Beam bearing plate design -- Design of built-up beams (plate girders) -- Flexural strength of built-up beams -- Shear strength of built-up beams -- Web plate buckling coefficient (kv) -- Web shear coefficient (cv) -- Tension field action -- 112. Bolted and welded connections -- General -- Snug-tight versus slip-critical connections -- Bearing type connections -- Slip-critical connections -- Bolt group subject to shear and torsion -- Capacity of bolted connections—design tables in scm, 14th edition -- Bolts subject to shear and tension -- Basic weld symbols -- Weld specifications -- Fillet-welded joints -- Fillet weld features -- Strength of a fillet weld -- Second moments of weld runs -- Inspection criteria for welds and bolts -- 113. Bridge design (aashto lrfd) -- Design philosophy—lrfd -- Lrfd load combinations -- Deflection limits -- Minimum depth of superstructure -- Multiple presence of live load -- Vehicular live load -- Pedestrian loads -- Dynamic load allowance -- Wind on superstructure (w) -- Wind on live load (wl) -- Design of deck cantilever and railings -- Deck design -- Bending moment in slab -- Concrete design -- Distribution of wheel loads to girders -- Effective width of flange -- Shear connector design -- Steps in shear connector design -- Deflections -- 114. Timber design -- Bending stress -- Shear stress -- Modulus of elasticity -- Stress modification factors -- Design of timber columns -- Section properties of beams and joists -- Section properties of planks -- Section properties of decking -- 115. Masonry design -- Strain compatibility -- Modulus of elasticity of masonry -- Transformed section -- Allowable stresses in masonry -- Modulus of rupture -- Design coefficients (working stress design) -- Design for flexure -- Design of masonry lintels -- Cracking moment -- Design for axial compression -- Design for shear -- Reinforced masonry walls -- 116. Design loads on buildings and other structures -- Introduction -- Risk category -- Live loads -- Snow loads -- Lateral force resisting system (lfrs) -- Wind loads -- Wind loads on buildings—directional procedure -- Seismic loads -- Structural systems -- Response modification factor (r) -- Seismic spectra -- Diaphragms -- Shear wall system—center of rigidity -- 201. Phase relationships for soils -- Soil as a three-phase system -- Fundamental definitions -- Shrinkage and swell.
202. Soil sampling and testing -- Guidelines for subsurface sampling -- Interpretation of boring logs -- Soil sampling techniques -- Rock quality designation -- Unconfined compression strength of rock -- Rock mass rating system -- Effective stress -- Soil consistency -- Atterberg limit tests -- Standard penetration test -- Correlation between n value and bearing capacity -- Relative density -- Cone penetrometer test (cpt) -- Vane shear test -- Direct shear test -- Unconfined compression test -- Compaction -- Standard proctor test -- Compaction effort -- Dynamic compaction techniques -- Field monitoring of compaction -- Triaxial test fundamentals -- Relevance of various types of triaxial tests -- Consolidation -- Consolidation settlement (primary) -- Consolidation rate -- Settlement from secondary consolidation -- Effect of sample disturbance -- California bearing ratio test -- Hveem stabilometer test -- Shear strength by direct methods -- Deformation moduli -- Permeability tests -- In-place density -- 203. Soil classification -- Sieve sizes -- Usda textural classification of soils -- Particle size distribution curves -- Hydrometer analysis -- Unified soil classification system (uscs) -- Aashto soil classification -- Group index (gi) -- Burmister soil classification system -- 204. Vertical stress increase at depth -- Approximate methods -- Boussinesq model for stress under uniformly loaded area -- Newmark's chart for graphical solution of boussinesq's equation -- Stress increase due to a point load -- Stress increase due to a line load -- Stress increase due to a strip load -- Stress increase due to uniformly loaded circular footing -- Load on buried pipes -- 205. Flow through porous media -- Groundwater distribution -- Darcy's law for seepage -- Hydraulic conductivity -- Laboratory measurement of hydraulic conductivity -- Equivalent hydraulic conductivity (layered soils) -- Field measurement of hydraulic conductivity -- Flow nets -- Calculation of seepage flow from flow nets -- Anisotropic soils -- Uplift pressure under hydraulic structures -- Expansive soils -- Gravity dams -- Aquifers -- Karst -- Unsteady well hydraulics—theis method -- Groundwater dewatering -- Wellpoint systems -- Dewatering using a circular array of wellpoints -- 206. Shallow foundations -- Shallow foundations -- General -- Ultimate bearing capacity -- Shape correction factors -- Depth correction factors -- Load inclination correction factors -- Factor of safety for bearing capacity -- Local shear failure -- Dynamic loads -- Allowable bearing pressure in sand based on settlement -- Effect of water table on bearing capacity -- Coefficient of subgrade reaction -- Combined footing -- Combined footing—design -- Mat foundations -- Differential settlement of mats -- Compensated foundations -- Strap footing—design -- Eccentric load on a shallow footing -- Shear in footings—one-way and two-way shear -- Elastic settlement under shallow foundations -- Settlement of granular soils—schmertmann and hartman -- 207. Deep foundations -- Deep foundations -- Site conditions -- Materials -- Pile classification -- Point bearing capacity -- Side friction capacity -- Skin friction coefficient -- Capacity of pile groups -- Special consideration for steel h-section piles -- Pile groups subject to overturning moment -- Caissons -- Batter piles -- Laterally loaded long piles -- Pullout resistance -- Negative skin friction -- Settlement of piles -- Elastic settlement of pile groups -- Consolidation settlement of pile groups -- Pile-driving formula.
208. Retaining walls -- General -- Retaining wall types -- Typical damage to retaining walls -- Planning -- Recommendations for design and construction -- Lateral earth pressure -- Wall movement necessary to develop lateral pressures -- Stability and strength checks -- Active earth pressure -- Passive earth pressure -- Rankine's theory for earth pressure -- Suitability number -- Steps for evaluating stability of a retaining wall -- Retaining wall with key -- Horizontal pressure on retaining walls due to surface loads -- Mechanically stabilized earth (mse) walls -- 209. Support of excavation -- Types of excavation -- Modes of failure -- Stabilization -- Bottom heave in a cut in clay -- Typical plan and elevation of a braced excavation -- Equivalent pressure diagrams for braced cuts -- Design of sheet pile walls -- Ultimate resistance of tiebacks -- Secant piles -- Tangent pile wall -- Osha regulations for excavations -- 1926 cfr subpart p appendix b—sloping and benching -- 210. Slope stability -- Modes of slope failure -- Causes of slope failure -- Total versus effective stress analysis -- Stability of infinite slopes (no seepage) -- Stability of infinite slopes (with seepage) -- Stability of finite slopes -- Stability of finite slope in clay (taylor) -- Slope stabilization methods -- Recommended safety factors -- Slope protection -- 211. Seismic topics in geotechnical engineering -- Seismic stress waves -- Vibration transmission through soils -- Liquefaction -- Liquefaction mitigation techniques -- Bearing capacity under dynamic loading -- Cyclic stress ratio -- Glossary of earthquake-related terms -- 212. Earthwork -- General -- Area by coordinates -- Shrinkage and bulking -- Using the mass diagram -- Earthwork—borrow pit method (also known as grid method) -- 301. Basic fluid mechanics -- Conservation of mass -- Conservation of energy -- Conservation of momentum -- Energy grade line and hydraulic grade line -- Viscosity -- Static pressure on submerged surfaces -- Dynamic similarity -- Laminar versus turbulent flow -- 302. Closed conduit hydraulics -- General -- Darcy-weisbach equation -- Hazen-williams equation -- Minor losses -- Pipe networks -- Two-node network -- Flow measurement devices -- Pumps -- Pump affinity laws -- Improving pipeline efficiency -- System curve -- Pump curves -- Pumps in series -- Pumps in parallel -- Cavitation -- Cavitation index -- Water hammer (surge) -- Variation of atmospheric pressure with elevation -- 303. Open channel hydraulics -- Fundamentals -- Velocity in open channels -- Hydraulic parameters of straight-sided open channels -- Hydraulic parameters of circular open channels -- Friction loss in open channels -- Rectangular open channels -- Alternate depths -- Effect of variations in the channel floor -- Momentum in open channels -- Most efficient channel section -- Normal depth of flow in circular open channels -- Normal depth of flow in channels with straight sides -- Critical depth of flow in open channels -- Critical depth in circular conduits -- Critical depth in straight-sided channels -- Occurrence of critical depth in open channels -- Open channels having compound cross sections -- Flow in gutters and swales -- Flow measurement with weirs -- Gradually varied flow in open channels -- Classification of surface profiles -- Hydraulic jump -- Conservation of momentum—nonrectangular open channel -- Shear stress on channel bed -- Flow in culverts -- 304. Hydrology -- Hydrologic balance -- Precipitation -- Rainfall intensity -- Recorded precipitation data -- Intensity-duration-frequency curves -- Time of concentration -- Rainfall distribution by storm type -- Hydrograph separation -- Unit hydrograph -- Nrcs synthetic unit hydrograph -- Hydrograph synthesis -- Runoff estimation by nrcs curve number -- Peak discharge -- Rational method for predicting runoff -- Modified rational method -- Reservoir sizing using the rippl diagram.
305. Water supply quantity and quality -- Determination of needed fire flow -- Drinking water treatment and distribution -- National primary drinking water standards (epa) -- National secondary drinking water standards (epa) -- Dissolved oxygen in water -- Saturated dissolved oxygen -- Biochemical oxygen demand -- Temperature dependence of bod rate constant -- Standard bod test -- Seeded bod test -- Carbonaceous versus nitrogenous oxygen demand -- Limitations of the bod test -- Chemical oxygen demand -- Total organic carbon -- Dilution purification of wastewater streams -- Streeter-phelps equations -- Hardness in water -- Hardness removal -- Ph and poh -- Calculation of ph for weak and strong acids -- Equilibrium constant, dissociation, and ph -- Alkalinity -- Analysis of solids data -- Toxicity -- 306. Water and wastewater treatment -- Total maximum daily load (tmdl) -- National pollutant discharge elimination system -- Municipal separate storm sewer system (ms4) -- Water quality–based effluent limits (wqbel) -- Wastewater flow rates for various sources -- Municipal wastewater treatment -- Lift stations -- Reactors used for wastewater treatment -- Reaction kinetics and reactor hydraulics -- Physical unit operations in wastewater treatment -- Screening -- Mixing and flocculation -- Settling of particles -- Settling column data—analysis -- Grit removal -- Primary sedimentation tanks -- Absorption versus adsorption -- Chemical processes for wastewater treatment -- Chemical neutralization -- Log inactivation -- Biological wastewater treatment -- Bacterial biochemistry -- Aerobic versus anaerobic biological treatment -- Population growth of bacteria -- Hydraulic detention time -- Indicator organisms -- Identification, isolation, and enumeration of bacteria -- Activated sludge process -- Mass balance for a closed system boundary -- Sludge bulking -- Completely mixed aerated lagoons -- Rotating biological contactors -- Trickling filters -- Nutrient removal from wastewater streams -- Biological nitrification and denitrification -- 401. Capacity analysis -- Transportation planning -- Trip generation -- Gravity model for trip distribution -- Modal split by the logit model -- Travel speed -- Design traffic volume -- Speed-volume-density relationships -- Time-mean speed versus space-mean speed -- Speed-volume-density models -- Shockwave in traffic stream -- Queueing theory—m/m/1 queue -- Constant acceleration and deceleration -- Level of service for transit facilities -- Choice to use public transit -- Parking facilities -- 402. Highway safety -- Postimpact behavior of vehicles -- Design of crash cushions -- Accident rates -- Accident countermeasures -- Clear zone -- 403. Sight distance -- Aashto recommendations -- Acceleration and deceleration -- Sight distance on vertical curves -- Horizontal curves -- Decision sight distance -- Passing sight distance -- 404. Highway curves -- Elements of surveying -- Horizontal curves -- Horizontal curve layout—by deflection angle -- Horizontal curve layout—by chord offset -- Horizontal curve layout—by tangent offset -- Offtracking and pavement widening -- Turning roadways at intersections -- Compound curves -- Vertical curves -- Parabolic curve to pass through a given point -- Unsymmetrical vertical curves -- Spiral curves -- 405. Superelevation -- Forces acting on a turning vehicle -- Maximum superelevation rates -- Coefficient of side friction -- Distribution of e and f over a range of curves -- Transition to superelevation -- Maximum gradient for superelevation runoff -- Spiral curves -- 406. Freeways -- Level of service -- Default values of parameters -- Free-flow speed -- Flow rate -- Peak-hour factor -- Heavy vehicle factor -- Driver population factor -- Determining level of service -- Weaving.
407. Multilane highways -- Level of service -- Default values of parameters -- Free-flow speed -- Flow rate -- Peak-hour factor -- Heavy vehicle factor -- Driver population factor -- Determining level of service -- Urban streets -- 408. Two-lane highways -- General -- Classification of two-lane highways -- Level of service -- Methodology for class i two-lane highways -- Methodology for class ii two-lane highways -- Methodology for class iii two-lane highways -- 409. Signalization warrants -- Warrant 1—eight-hour vehicular volume -- Warrant 2—four-hour vehicular volume -- Warrant 3—peak-hour volume -- Warrant 4—pedestrian volume -- Warrant 5—school crossing -- Warrant 6—coordinated signal system -- Warrant 7—crash experience -- Warrant 8—roadway network -- Warrant 9—signalization of an intersection near a grade crossing -- 410. Intersections -- General -- Level of service -- Sight distance at intersections -- Critical gap -- Criteria for installing multiway stop control (mutcd) -- Geometric characteristics of intersections -- Capacity and level of service at signalized intersections -- Critical lane volumes at an intersection -- Length of storage bay in a dedicated left turn lane -- Storage length at unsignalized intersections -- Auxiliary lanes -- Change and clearance intervals at an intersection -- Effective green time -- Saturation flow rate -- Capacity of a lane group -- Optimal signal cycle length—webster's theory -- Time-space diagram -- Guidelines for pedestrian facilities -- Level of service for pedestrians -- Effective walkway width -- Minimum green time for pedestrians -- Highway interchanges -- Roundabout design -- Provisions of the aashto guide for the planning, design, and operation of pedestrian facilities -- Provisions of the aashto policy on geometric design of highways and streets (green book) -- 411. Design of highway pavements -- Equivalent single axle load -- Flexible pavements -- Stress distribution within the pavement thickness -- Structural number -- Flexible pavement design -- Purposes of compaction -- Asphalt -- Superpave -- Aggregates in asphalt mix -- Hot-mix asphalt-volumetric relationships -- Rigid pavement design -- Mechanistic-empirical pavement design guide (aashto) principles -- Frost action -- 501. Engineering economics -- Types of cash flow -- The year-end accounting convention -- Nonannual compounding -- Engineering economics factors -- Present worth -- Principal in a sinking fund -- Nonannual compounding -- Capitalized cost -- Equivalent uniform annual cost -- Depreciation -- Tax issues -- Bonds -- Break-even analysis -- Benefit-cost analysis -- 502. Probability and statistics -- Probabilistic basis for design -- System reliability -- Normal distribution -- Student's t-distribution -- Binomial distribution -- Quality control -- Lot size and inspection level -- Linear regression -- 503. Project scheduling -- Gantt charts -- Critical path analysis -- Lag information -- Time-cost tradeoff -- Earned value management (evm) -- Project crashing -- Resource leveling -- Machine production -- Production cycle time -- Equipment balancing -- Pert -- 504. Design loads during construction -- Load combinations -- Personnel and vehicle loads (cp) -- Material loads -- Horizontal construction load (ch) -- Form pressure -- Personnel and equipment load reduction (asce 37) -- Operational class of working surfaces -- Importance factor -- Lifting and rigging -- 505. Scaffolding -- Definitions -- Capacity of scaffold components -- Required width of scaffold platforms -- Allowable span and overhang specifications for platforms -- Criteria for supported scaffolds -- Criteria for suspension scaffolds -- Access -- Ramps and walkways -- Clearance between scaffolds and power lines -- Fall protection -- Protection from falling objects -- Specifications for guardrails -- Examples of scaffolds.
506. Formwork for concrete -- Terminology -- General -- Materials -- Causes of formwork failure -- Shoring/reshoring of concrete multistory buildings -- Design loads on concrete formwork -- Lateral pressure from fresh concrete -- Modifications to form pressure -- Formwork components -- Concrete maturity -- Nurse-saul function -- Mass concrete -- Guidelines for form removal -- Labor costs for forming -- Falsework -- Slipforming -- 507. Excavations -- Site layout and control -- Terminology -- Classification of soil and rock deposits -- Maximum allowable slopes -- Underpinning -- 508. Erosion control -- General -- Storm water discharge permits -- Pollution prevention plan -- Storm water management -- Energy dissipaters -- Natural methods of erosion control -- Structural methods of erosion control -- 509. Occupational safety -- Osha regulations for construction projects -- Rules of construction -- Personal protective equipment (ppe) -- Emergency response -- Toilets -- Noise exposure -- Light exposure -- Signs, signals, and barricades -- Fall protection -- Bracing of masonry walls -- Steel erection -- 510. Quantity estimating -- Quantity estimation for excavations -- A. End-of-chapter practice problems -- Chapter 101: strength of materials -- Chapter 102: statically determinate structures -- Chapter 103: introduction to indeterminate structures -- Chapter 104: concrete fundamentals -- Chapter 105: reinforced concrete beams -- Chapter 106: reinforced concrete slabs -- Chapter 107: reinforced concrete columns -- Chapter 108: prestressed concrete -- Chapter 109: steel tension members -- Chapter 110: steel compression members -- Chapter 111: steel beams -- Chapter 112: bolted and welded connections -- Chapter 113: bridge design (aashto lrfd) -- Chapter 114: timber design -- Chapter 115: masonry design -- Chapter 201: phase relationships for soils -- Chapter 202: soil sampling and testing -- Chapter 203: soil classification -- Chapter 204: vertical stress increase at depth -- Chapter 205: flow through porous media -- Chapter 206: shallow foundations -- Chapter 207: deep foundations -- Chapter 208: retaining walls -- Chapter 209: support of excavation -- Chapter 210: slope stability -- Chapter 211: seismic topics in geotechnical engineering -- Chapter 212: earthwork -- Chapter 301: basic fluid mechanics -- Chapter 302: closed conduit hydraulics -- Chapter 303: open channel hydraulics -- Chapter 304: hydrology -- Chapter 305: water supply quantity and quality -- Chapter 306: water and wastewater treatment -- Chapter 401: capacity analysis -- Chapter 402: highway safety -- Chapter 403: sight distance -- Chapter 404: highway curves -- Chapter 405: superelevation -- Chapter 406: freeways -- Chapter 407: multilane highways -- Chapter 408: two-lane highways -- Chapter 409: signalization warrants -- Chapter 410: intersections -- Chapter 411: design of highway pavements -- Chapter 501: engineering economics -- Chapter 502: probability and statistics -- Chapter 503: project scheduling -- Chapter 504: design loads during construction -- Chapter 505: scaffolding -- Chapter 506: formwork for concrete -- Chapter 507: excavations -- Chapter 508: erosion control -- Chapter 509: occupational safety -- B. Solutions to end-of-chapter practice problems -- Chapter 101: strength of materials -- Chapter 102: statically determinate structures -- Chapter 103: introduction to indeterminate structures -- Chapter 104: concrete fundamentals.
Chapter 105: reinforced concrete beams -- Chapter 106: reinforced concrete slabs -- Chapter 107: reinforced concrete columns -- Chapter 108: prestressed concrete -- Chapter 109: steel tension members -- Chapter 110: steel compression members -- Chapter 111: steel beams -- Chapter 112: bolted and welded connections -- Chapter 113: bridge design (aashto lrfd) -- Chapter 114: timber design -- Chapter 115: masonry design -- Chapter 201: phase relationships for soils -- Chapter 202: soil sampling and testing -- Chapter 203: soil classification -- Chapter 204: vertical stress increase at depth -- Chapter 205: flow through porous media -- Chapter 206: shallow foundations -- Chapter 207: deep foundations -- Chapter 208: retaining walls -- Chapter 209: support of excavation -- Chapter 210: slope stability -- Chapter 211: seismic topics in geotechnical engineering -- Chapter 212: earthwork -- Chapter 301: basic fluid mechanics -- Chapter 302: closed conduit hydraulics -- Chapter 303: open channel hydraulics -- Chapter 304: hydrology -- Chapter 305: water supply quantity and quality -- Chapter 306: water and wastewater treatment -- Chapter 401: capacity analysis -- Chapter 402: highway safety -- Chapter 403: sight distance -- Chapter 404: highway curves -- Chapter 405: superelevation -- Chapter 406: freeways -- Chapter 407: multilane highways -- Chapter 408: two-lane highways -- Chapter 409: signalization warrants -- Chapter 410: intersections -- Chapter 411: design of highway pavements -- Chapter 501: engineering economics -- Chapter 502: probability and statistics -- Chapter 503: project scheduling -- Chapter 504: design loads during construction -- Chapter 505: scaffolding -- Chapter 506: formwork for concrete -- Chapter 507: excavations -- Chapter 508: erosion control -- Chapter 509: occupational safety -- B. Solutions to end-of-chapter practice problems -- Chapter 101: strength of materials -- Chapter 102: statically determinate structures -- Chapter 103: introduction to indeterminate structures -- Chapter 104: concrete fundamentals -- Chapter 105: reinforced concrete beams -- Chapter 106: reinforced concrete slabs -- Chapter 107: reinforced concrete columns -- Chapter 108: prestressed concrete -- Chapter 109: steel tension members -- Chapter 110: steel compression members -- Chapter 111: steel beams -- Chapter 112: bolted and welded connections -- Chapter 113: bridge design (aashto lrfd) -- Chapter 114: timber design -- Chapter 115: masonry design -- Chapter 201: phase relationships for soils -- Chapter 202: soil sampling and testing -- Chapter 203: soil classification -- Chapter 204: vertical stress increase at depth -- Chapter 205: flow through porous media -- Chapter 206: shallow foundations -- Chapter 207: deep foundations -- Chapter 208: retaining walls -- Chapter 209: support of excavation -- Chapter 210: slope stability -- Chapter 211: seismic topics in geotechnical engineering -- Chapter 212: earthwork -- Chapter 301: basic fluid mechanics -- Chapter 302: closed conduit hydraulics -- Chapter 303: open channel hydraulics -- Chapter 304: hydrology -- Chapter 305: water supply quantity and quality -- Chapter 306: water and wastewater treatment -- Chapter 401: capacity analysis -- Chapter 402: highway safety -- Chapter 403: sight distance -- Chapter 404: highway curves -- Chapter 405: superelevation -- Chapter 406: freeways -- Chapter 407: multilane highways -- Chapter 408: two-lane highways -- Chapter 409: signalization warrants -- Chapter 410: intersections -- Chapter 411: design of highway pavements -- Chapter 501: engineering economics -- Chapter 502: probability and statistics -- Chapter 503: project scheduling -- Chapter 504: design loads during construction -- Chapter 505: scaffolding -- Chapter 506: formwork for concrete -- Chapter 507: excavations -- Chapter 508: erosion control -- Chapter 509: occupational safety.
Subject Civil engineers -- Certification -- United States -- Study guides.
Civil engineering -- Examinations -- Study guides.
Structural analysis (Engineering) -- Examinations -- Study guides.
Reinforced concrete -- Examinations -- Study guides.
Concrete beams -- Examinations -- Study guides.
Strength of materials -- Examinations -- Study guides.
Soil mechanics -- Examinations -- Study guides.
Rock mechanics -- Examinations -- Study guides.
Roads -- Design and construction -- Examinations -- Study guides.
Industrial safety -- Law and legislation -- United States.
Civil engineering -- Examinations. (OCoLC)fst00862498
Industrial safety -- Law and legislation. (OCoLC)fst00971688
United States. (OCoLC)fst01204155
Genre/Form Study guides. (OCoLC)fst01423888
Note Online index title: Civil engineering all-in-one PE exam guide: breadth and depth
ISBN 9780071787727
0071787720

 
    
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